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Researchers at the University of Helsinki, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, CBQF, and Technische Universität Dresden, Institute of Hydrobiology, along with other collaborators have performed the first trans-Europe surveillance study on antibiotic resistance utilizing the SmartChip Real-Time PCR System.

05/16/2019

Learn more about how researchers used our ICELL8 Single-Cell System to develop a novel single-cell ATAC-seq workflow.

05/07/2019

Learn how SMARTer RNA-seq and PrimeSTAR GXL polymerase helped identify transcription factors involved in cardiomyocyte heterogeneity.

04/29/2019

What criteria should you consider when developing reliable and translationally relevant disease models from edited hiPSCs?

04/16/2019

Research spotlight

The immune system doesn't innately recognize that cancer cells are abnormal, but now researchers can genetically modify a person's own immune cells to attack cancer cells. This type of immunotherapy is recognized as a promising strategy for the treatment of a variety of cancers...and that's Good Science!

Good science begins with selecting the right methods and reagents, especially when research targets are challenging. In this work, cancer researchers developed a method to amplify challenging BRCA targets, including those that are GC-rich or over 13 kb in length, using two-step PCR under a single set of conditions.